Droppings from nature.
A state endangered butterfly. A globally vulnerable beetle. And a few common insects, including a lovely moth that resembles a pile of bird crap. So goes the week in flight.
From a wet meadow here in Vermont, a shocking butterfly bares it all at every stage of life.
Bursts of color and flight from the wilds of Maine and here in Montpelier, Vermont.
Got wildlife? Find the light. Here is but a fraction of the moths coming to my UV light here in Montpelier the past few nights.
I now get to go outside and play — er, I mean work. My field season, as a consulting biologist and educator, launches like migrating warblers this week, which means you'll find me less often here on the blog.
Name this bird and be eligible to win the next primary election. No, be eligible to win fame. Well, okay, maybe you'll win five bucks.
Ten years ago, I walked into the swamps of Arkansas to find a ghost — and perhaps some redemption for wildlife ... and for us.
Such elegant displays. Such ruthless opportunism. Find it now in sweet hardwoods near you.